Looks pretty nice. It looks alot like my 70 when I purchased it.
From the pics, (and thanks for the high res!) it looks to be in good shape. There are a lot of things that determine the price, so all the responses you get will only be guesses, since none of us have the benefit of actually seeing the car.
The body does look pretty straight. There are several places on the 70 where the body panels won't line up if there is an underlying issue. There seems to be none from what I can see. The interior is a little on the rough side, but not a disaster. I would question the validity of the 370hp claim. The standard 400 was 350. Unless some engine work has been done, I doubt that the hp figure is correct. The only 370hp GTO, out of the box would have been the RAIV, and by looking at the pics, it's not a RA anything.
Also, I noticed, and it could be just from the pictures, but the front wheels look like they are a bit "pushed" out at the top. This could be a sign that suspension work would be in your future. Not a bad thing, just something that would have to be done.
I would suggest getting a PHS history report to check everything out.
On the surface, and judging only from the pics, I would say you are looking at a $10-13k car.
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